Am I Responsible for Providing Evidence After a Car Accident?

Car accidents are scarily common. While some of these accidents are unavoidable, many results from someone else's negligence. If you are involved in a car accident, you may be wondering if you are responsible for providing evidence to prove what happened. The short answer is that it depends on the...

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By December 19, 2022

Common Medical Malpractice Cases That You Should Know

Malpractice is a term you hear bandied about a lot. But what are medical malpractice cases, and how do they apply to doctors? Suppose one is to go by the dictionary definition. In that case, medical malpractice is the failure of a professional person to render proper services through reprehensible...

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by November 21, 2022

Birth Defects: When Are They Considered Medical Malpractice?

Birth defects are a leading cause of infant mortality in the United States. Medical malpractice lawyers in New York handle many cases yearly in which families believe their child's birth defect was caused by medical negligence. But what exactly is considered medical malpractice concerning New York birth defects? Birth Defects...

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by November 7, 2022

Documents You Need for Your Personal Injury Case

If you got involved in a personal injury case, you'll need essential documents to help the case move forward to get a good outcome. These documents tell the tale of how the injury occurred, the outcome, and how you suffered from your injuries. All this information helps when figuring out...

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by September 19, 2022

How Does Mediation Work in a Personal Injury Case?

The question of how mediation works in a personal injury case is often asked by many people injured or who have lost a loved one to an accident. The purpose of this article is to explain how mediation can help you win your case against the other driver at fault,...

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by September 5, 2022

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